How does aurora laser treatment work?
In Aurora Laser Treatment, the combined light and radio waves precisely target pigmented lesions, hair roots, gently removing unwanted spots without damaging the surrounding tissues or skin. It results in a gradual lightening of pigmented imperfections, smoothening of fine lines and wrinkles and rough skin texture towards the end of the treatment series.
What kind of skin problems are best treated by aurora laser treatment?
- Pigmented lesions such as freckles, brown spots, sun or age spots, melasma, etc.
- Large open pores and fine lines or wrinkles may be reduced in size towards the end of the treatment series
- Uneven or rough skin textures
- Skin rejuvenation of face, neck, chest, hands, arms
Is it safe?
It is a very safe procedure and does not involve long term health hazards from light or radio waves, and has been used for decades in the medical field.
How many aurora laser treatments are required to achieve the best results?
The recommendation is 4-5 treatments performed at 3-4 week intervals.
Aurora Laser Treatment Procedure:
- A medicated gel is applied to the treated skin of the patient to provide coolness and minimize any discomfort which may be felt during the procedure.
- The dermatologist directs the IPL and RF on the treated area on the patient’s skin.
- The patient is sent home after the 30-40 minute treatment with special instructions.
Special Tips to note before having the Aurora Laser Treatment:
- If you are deeply tanned, wait for 4-6 weeks before you go to have this treatment, in order to avoid possible hyperpigmentation.
- Stop applying medications to the skin or irritating agents 1-2 days before this treatment.
- The skin should be cleansed from all make-up, deodorant, perfume, sunscreen, etc. when you come for the treatment.
Special Instructions after Aurora Laser Treatment:
- Patients may resume going about with regular activities after the procedure.
- Patients may resume the use of make-up after the procedure if she so desires.
- Patients are instructed to apply sunscreen with SPF 30 or more, on the face, after the procedure.
What are the possible temporary and minor inconveniences this procedure may bring?
- Slight discomforts such as warmth or tingling sensation
- Slight redness and/or swelling
- Scabbing or crusting
- Darkening of pigmented lesions before it lightens